Assess your candidates using our integration with Assessio, completely automated of course 🤩

Getting started

First things first, to start using this integration you must have an agreement with Assessio. With this in place, activate the integration by reaching out to our support team or your account manager. We will give you a provider key which you then hand over to your contact at Assessio.

Set up workflow in Teamtailor

The Assessio test is automatically triggered in the process by using Triggers. To add the trigger, go to the stage where you want the event to happen. There, click Triggers (1) and add it to the stage you want by clicking the big plus ✚ (2). Select Send Test Assessio and you will then select which Ascend Project Template and Assessment Language to use.

Now, every time a candidate for the first time is moved into this stage the test will be automatically sent to the candidate.

See candidates result directly in Teamtailor

When the test is triggered, you will be able to track this right in the candidate's profile. As soon as the candidate submits the test, you'll see the status going from sent→completed, and you'll see the result right there.

Review the result

As mentioned, you'll see the result of the test directly in the candidate's profile. Click Detailed Assessment Report to view a more elaborate assessment report.

When looking at the overview of the recruitment process, you'll immediately see the results of candidates that took the test, as displayed in the picture just below ↓

Good to know

Assessio requires a first and last name from the candidate to be able to send out the tests. If a candidate doesn't have a full name, this will result in an error. To make this easier, make sure to set name as Mandatory in the application form of the recruitment process where Assessio will be used.

💡 Pro tip

To avoid any question marks or confusion from your candidates, let them know they will receive the test before they send it. Automate this by setting up a Send message trigger with an email informing them that a test email is on the way, and add a small delay to the Test trigger. You add a delay to the trigger under Additional options, like so:

This means that when you drag a candidate into the stage Send test, the email is sent as a heads-up before the actual test is sent.

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